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Ya Pekhawara Pa Tha Sa Shwe De by Shoaib Khan Khattak

Peshawar was known inSanskritasPuruṣapura , literally meaning "city of men".It also found mention in theZend Avestaas, theseventh most beautiful place on earthcreated byAhura MazdaIt was known as the "crown jewel" ofBactriaand also held sway overTakshashila(modernTaxila). Being among the most ancient cities of the region between Central and South Asia, Peshawar has for centuries been a center of trade betweenBactria, South Asia and Central Asia. As an ancient center of learning, the 2nd century BC.Bakhshali Manuscriptused in theBakhshali approximationwas found nearby. Vedic mythologyrefers to an ancient settlement calledPushkalavatiin the area, after Pushkal, presently known asCharsadda.In recorded history, the earliest major city established in the general area of Peshawar was calledPuruṣapura(SanskritforCity of Men), from which the current name "Peshawar" is likely derived and was western capital of Ghandhara civilization after Pushkalavati. The area th…

Nazar Panra by Eng Farooq Khan Farooq

Pashto(English pronunciation: rarelyPashtoPax̌tōknown inPersianliterature asAfghānīand inUrduandHindiliterature asPaṭhānī,is theSouth-Central Asianlanguage of thePashtuns. Its speakers are called Pashtuns or Pukhtuns and sometimes Afghans or Pathans.It is anEastern Iranian language, belonging to theIndo-European family.Pashto is one of the twoofficiallanguages of Afghanistan,and it is the second-largest regional language ofPakistan, mainly spoken in the west and northwest of the country.Pakistan'sFederally Administered Tribal Areas(FATA) are almost 100% Pashto-speaking, while it is the majority language of the province ofKhyber Pakhtunkhwaand the northern districts ofBalochistan. Pashto is the main language among thePashtun diasporaaround the world. The total number of Pashto-speakers is estimated to be 45–60 million people worldwide. Pashto belongs to the Northeastern Iranian group of theIndo-Iranianbranch, butEthnologuelists it as Southeastern Iranian. Pashto has two main dialec…

Bitcoin For Dummies - 1st Edition (2016)

Welcome to Bitcoin For Dummies! But just what is bitcoin?  How can there be digital money? Is it, like, some kind of  Internet money? Is it something you should even be concerned about, or indeed should you shy away from it? In the news, bitcoin 
coverage tends to be sketchy. You may have read articles about  people losing their money, or using bitcoin for illicit purchases on the black market. Or you may have read amazing success stories of people and businesses flourishing by using it. Fear not, dear readers. This book strips away the mystery and gets down to the facts. It patiently explains exactly what bitcoin is, discusses some of the possibilities this wonderfully disruptive yet  inspirational technology holds, and lays out some of the potential  benefits for all of us. Bitcoin could change our lives in a similar way that the Internet has done over the last few decades.In short, this book tells you everything you need to know to get  started. So what are you waiting …